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Russian President Vladimir Putin sees the country's task in forming a stable and sturdy system of power
"We should form such a system of management and administration in the country that would prevent our society and the state from being undermined, and our state structures from collapsing," the Russian president said in an interview with three Russian TV companies. The text of the interview is available at the Kremlin's official web site. According to the head of state, such a reform had long been contemplated, but the recent tragedy in Beslan made it far more urgent. The president stressed once again that the tightening power grip was motivated by the need to fight against terrorism alone. At the same time, he added that the power system had to be flexible. "We should form such a power system that would be responsive to regional problems and closely connected to national interests too," said the president. Mr. Putin is hopeful that the power system, now being shaped, would be balanced and efficient. "I'd like the authorities in the country to be balanced and efficient, to be good at solving the tasks set by our citizens, and to be responsive to the needs of our people," said the head of state. "I hope we will be able to make a leap in this direction," said the president
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